The Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club hosts the First Annual Taste of Rancho Santa Fe, a fine food and wine festival, with 100% of proceeds to benefit local charities.
Elaine Leach, Business Development for Plumb Family CFO joins the Rotary Marketing Committee to promote the event.
The Wine and Food Event will be held Saturday July 20th 2013 from 4:30pm to 7:30pm at the prestigious Rancho Santa Fe Golf Club in Rancho Santa Fe, California. Your $75 ticket will include over 100 wine tastings and an abundant selection of gourmet foods. Ticket sales will be limited to only 300.
This year’s Beneficiaries include:
Torrey Pines High School, Grad Night and Scholarship foundation
San Dieguito High School, Grad Night and Scholarship foundation
Helen Woodward Animal Center – therapeutic riding program support
Armed Forces Interest Group
Just in Time for Foster Youth – College Bound program Partners Therapeutic Horsemanship – therapeutic riding program support
San Diego Botanic Garden – purchase Event Management System
Balboa Theatre – renovation of Wonder Morton Organ
Water for Sudan – helping to complete over 104 wells and supplying water to over 200,000 people in the country of Sudan, Africa
Polio Plus – helping Rotary eradicate the planet of this dreadful disease.
Dollars for Scholars – giving to the scholarship fund at Torrey Pines High School and Canyon Crest Academy
Project Amigo in Mexico
RSF Community Center
RSF Senior Center
Navy Seals Foundation
About RSF Rotary
The Rancho Santa Fe Rotary Club was organized in 1939, one of 32,000 clubs worldwide that has branches in 168 countries. Rotary has 1.2 million business and professional members. It is the largest international service organization in the world. Rotarians follow the motto, “Service Above Self” with service projects in their local communities and abroad. We address such critical issues as peace, poverty, hunger, illiteracy, water, disease and environmental concerns.
The Rotary Club of Rancho Santa Fe supports diverse projects ~ Building Homes in Mexico with Project Mercy , furnishing wheelchairs to the people of Malawi and assisting the Lost Boys of the Sudan and other refugees to adjust to life in the United States. At the same time, Club Members are actively involved in the local community through their support of such organizations as the Community Resource Center, San Diego Botanic Garden, the YMCA. We support the community by honoring a Teacher of the Month, Peace Officer of the Year and a Local Peace Maker of the Year. Among the many programs for local youth are soccer fees paid for the underprivileged, college scholarships for deserving graduates from local high school and community colleges.